ACCESS TO ART AND DESIGN STUDENTS

COLLABORATIVE PROJECT - Creativity and ideas. Lecturer Veselinka Mclarnon

  • Land Art

  • Performance Art

  • Conceptual Art

No one can teach you creativity the way you were taught timetables or rules of grammar…

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Land art -
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Line.. Visual arts element... and

Do you search for ideas or ideas finds you ????



Land Art, Earthworks or Earth Art is an art movement which emerged in America in the late 1960s and early 1970s, in which landscape and the work of art are inextricably linked. Sculptures are not placed in the landscape, rather the landscape is the very means of their creation. The works frequently exist in the open, located well away from civilization, left to change and erosion under natural conditions. Many of the first works, created in the deserts of Nevada, New Mexico, Utah or Arizona were ephemeral in nature and now only exist as video recordings or photographic documents.
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Walking in circles around the square....


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Rami and David
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Square- Shape...Visual art element.. Inside the square..
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Remi - beyond the line
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OK...Space... Myself and line..

Idea… it comes as a simple thought and grow… and grow…

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Art and design students - Collaborative project
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Performance - Remi
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Again... Line.. space...relationship between ourselves and space and line...
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Performance - Remi
PERFORMANCE ART

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Conceptual art

This term came into use in the late 1960s to describe a wide range of types of art that no longer took the form of a conventional art object. In 1973 a pioneering record of the early years of the movement appeared in the form of a book, Six Years, by the American critic Lucy Lippard. The ‘six years’ were 1966–72. The long subtitle of the book referred to ‘so-called conceptual or information or idea art’.Conceptual artists do not set out to make a painting or a sculpture and then fit their ideas to that existing form. Instead they think beyond the limits of those traditional media, and then work out their concept or idea in whatever materials and whatever form is appropriate. They were thus giving the concept priority over the traditional media. Hence Conceptual art. From this it follows that conceptual art can be almost anything, but from the late 1960s certain prominent trends appeared such as Performance (or Action) art, Land art, and the Italian movement Arte Povera (poor art). Poor here meant using low-value materials such as twigs, cloth, fat, and all kinds of found objects and scrap. Some Conceptual art consisted simply of written statements or instructions. Many artists began to use photography, film and video. Conceptual art was initially a movement of the 1960s and 1970s but has been hugely influential since. Artists include Art & Language, Beuys, Broodthaers, Burgin, Craig-Martin, Gilbert and George, Klein, Kosuth, Latham, Long, Manzoni, Smithson.
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Apples- David
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Ideas ...
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